Music and English Tuition

Music and English Tuition


The sun is shining and I've had some unexpected time off and I'm about to play my piano.

Happy Friday everyone :)
Hi, hope you don't mind me posting this here...

Pianist Required
Military Wives' Choir Halton are looking for a reliable, committed and enthusiastic pianist, Grade 6 or above who is able to sight-read and accompany. Must be available to rehearse on Wednesday evenings 7.30-8.30pm and for occasional performances.

For further details or to arrange a trial session, please email
[email protected]

Thank you x
Greetings! Hope last term was full of positivity and joy! Have missed passing you by on the staircase!
Abbie can't wait to see you again, she keeps asking when is she back? See you soon. Dates all in my diary
rachel,you are a great teacher.I love having you help me with my english. You are there to support me and in class you are never boring, since i have been tought by you, i have improved massevly in my englilsh skills! i know its my last week, and i will miss you, goodbye you have been a great teacher:)
Well done!
From what i recall, Miss. O'Mahony is hands down one of the sweetest teachers i have ever had! I can clearly remember turning up to my GCSE class greeted by her lovely smile! Sadly i was only taught by Miss. O'Mahony for a year but this time was long enough for me to know that she is a great teacher and you will absolutely adore her! I only wish the best for her!

Discover the excitement of learning something new!

Music Tuition:
Voice & Flute Lessons - ABRSM G1-8
Theory ABRSM G1-8
GCSE Music
A-Level Music

English Tuition:
GCSE English Language & Literature
IGCSE English Language & Literature
A-Level English Literature

Operating as usual

Timeline photos 02/03/2023

World Book Day at school

NEWS: We've had a fantastic , featuring some amazing costumes from our staff! See more photos on our website!

Timeline photos 03/11/2022

Yesterday morning, Year 11 enjoyed listening to Dr Charlotte Edwards-Gayle. Dr Edwards Gayle, as well as having a glowing academic career already by the age of 30, has a remarkable story of getting into her career in scientific research. She now works at 'Diamond' in Newbury; the UK's first synchrotron, where she continues her research as well as leading a team. Her story of self-belief, resilience and striving for personal best is truely inspirational.
A great way to raise the aspirations of our students and learn about careers in STEM.

Photos from Royal Holloway, University of London's post 14/01/2021

We're very much looking forward to tomorrow evening's performances at Dorchester Abbey, including Tchaikovsky's gorgeous Serenade for Strings! To get you in the mood, here are 4 intriguing facts about Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky...

🎶 Tchaikovsky began his career as... a lawyer. He graduated from the Imperial College of Jurisprudence aged 19, but after a few years decided to take off the wig and pursue musical education instead.

🎶 Surprisingly given its popularity today, Swan Lake was not well received during Tchaikovsky's lifetime, drawing criticism for its choreography and score. It was only after Tchaikovsky died that it began to gain the recognition it still enjoys.

🎶 Tchaikovsky skipped his final exam at the St Petersburg Conservatory, which so enraged the then-Director that he refused to grant Tchaikovsky his diploma. It wasn't until new leadership took over that Tchaikovsky received his qualification... five years late.

🎶 When New York's Carnegie Hall opened in 1891, Tchaikovsky was there conducting the New York Philharmonic at the opening ceremony. The orchestra performed his March Solennelle, written for the coronation of Russia's Alexander III.

If you'd like to hear this lawyer-turned-composer's beautiful music, join us tomorrow online or in person at Dorchester Abbey! Book and find out more 👇


You might have seen my Dad in my new video about the making of the album! He came down from Cumbria to Abbey Road to watch the recording session with Aurora Orchestra and this is us at the end of the long day! I feel extremely grateful to have come from a family who value, appreciate and love music. I wouldn’t be playing the saxophone if it weren’t for my Dad! He was teaching percussion at the Barracudas Carnival Arts Centre in Barrow and I went along with him to work twice a week and picked up saxophone when I was 7. The whole centre was about bringing the community together through music, dance and joy and my love for sharing he magic of music has come from there. I was encouraged and supported so much by my family so it was brilliant to have my Dad at the session! I know that not everyone is fortunate enough to have the opportunity to experience music and the arts and, even though I believe it should be a basic right, I feel extremely grateful to have had that opportunity and support. Music is intrinsic to our humanity, amplifies momentous occasions, can console, uplift, inspire and unite us and I feel lucky to have learned so much from it. Thanks Dad for showing me the way! ❤️


We love this photo, of Jan Schmolck on violin, Tim Horton on piano, and our conductor John Lubbock, taken whilst filming our OSJ concert rehearsals at New House.

Watch the concert premiere this Sunday 26th, 6pm on our YouTube channel for a wonderful treat of Schubert and Fauré!

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Using scales to improve your dynamic range and intonation.



Buckinghamshire Music Trust is looking for performers from across the county to compete for the title of Buckinghamshire Young Musician of the Year 2020. This year we will be holding the competition remotely - to find out how you can take part go to


Going live again tomorrow at 5:30 (GMT+1) Those of you who can count will notice there are 10 of us! We are really happy to have our good friend Plinio share lockdown with us. He shares a flat in London with Braimah and me and he’s like a brother to both of us. The three of us travelled up to Nottingham together a few weeks ago as Plinio was unable to fly back and join his family in Brazil - so we have adopted him for now!:) Plinio and I play lots of chamber music together so we look forward to sharing some of this with you as well as other combinations of us all in future live streams. I hope all of you are staying well.


Singing with OJS Ashmolean Voices at The Ashmolean.

Timeline photos 09/12/2019

An MRI view of what is happening inside as this Opera singer sings Wagner.
Fascinating!! I will definitely be showing this to my vocals class!


An inspiration.


Hope you can join us for Aylesbury Consort of Voices' penultimate concert of the year, St Mary the Virgin, Hardwick.

Photos from Music and English Tuition's post 30/08/2019

More photos from The Alpha Males Reunion Gig at Bledlow Village Hall, Aug. 2019.

Bledlow - August 25th 2019 - Jed Hoile 30/08/2019

A summer project with The Alpha Males. Music by Jon Samsworth and Malcolm Smith.

Photography by Jed Hoile


Reunited with my flute, post-service.


Singing Handel's Dixit Dominus with OSJ at The Ashmolean. Great opportunity to hear a professional orchestra and soloists. Hope some of you can make it.

Cello, voices and strings – OSJ Ashmolean Prom – Orchestra of St John's | Taking classical music out into the community. Join longstanding member, and cornerstone of Orchestra of St John’s, John Heley for the rarely-performed baroque cello concerto from Monn. The rest of the programme features the talents of OSJ Ashmolean Voices in Handel’s Dixit Dominus, rounded off with Purcell’s beautiful Chaconne. The perfec...


Do you know a girl who loves music? We're excited to be hosting the second Cambridge Organ Experience for girls in a couple of weeks! A free, interactive day providing the chance to play some of the best organs in Cambridge.

Sign up via [email protected]


With The Alpha Males at Antenna Studios, Crystal Palace last Saturday. Great reception and ace sets by the other acts too - Rookery and Haystack Monolith. (Photo George Harris)


This is why we weren't at music centre yesterday! Echoes 8. All of our team were involved, backstage or in the orchestra, plus 1800 Buckinghamshire primary school pupils.

Photos from Music and English Tuition's post 18/03/2019

At the Royal Albert Hall with my Cuddington and Dintor school choir. Just waiting for it to fill up.


Here are three clips of pieces from my choir's upcoming concert, 'How do I love thee?', at Holy Trinity, Prestwood on Saturday 16th February. Please enjoy and hope you can make it.

Tickets can be purchased at

How do I love thee? Saturday 16th February 07/01/2019

How do I love thee? Saturday 16th February We hope you can join us for our next concert, featuring an array of classical music from the sixteenth century to the present day, and which promises not to disappoint. The all encompassing theme o…

How do I love thee? 03/01/2019

How do I love thee? We invite you to join us, the 'Aylesbury Consort of Voices', for an evening of a ca****la singing. Performing an array of musical treasures from the Renaissance Period to the present day our programme explores the many facets of love, featuring the works of composers such as Tallis, Vaughan Williams...


Coming to an exam room near you very soon... Do you know which show these lyrics are from? It's a classic!

This song will appear in our *BRAND NEW* Singing for Musical Theatre syllabus, Grades 1-3. View it online from 4 October.

Perform the songs you love, while developing musical skills that will help you flourish in rehearsal, audition and performance situations.

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